I want to feature an animinated GIF image in one of my hub. Unfortunately it appears that it's not possible to import animated images. It then occured to me that I might be able to host the image on my own website and link directly to that image. Is this possible within hubpages or not? Thanks.
No, you can only use the import option - you don't have the option to link in images.
I'm assuming you're referring to using <img src="">.
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